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    The School

    It has been said: “it takes a village to raise a child”. But, what happens to a village that no longer has children because they no longer recognize it as their own?



    The Déléard School is a project that not only articulates the sense of belonging but also and above all recognition of the responsibility of children to the village. The project aims to develop a civic education through the acquisition of modern knowledge in a “native” cultural framework of the young people.

    The program is consistent with the curriculum of the Ministry of National Education of Haiti and is divided into sections: kindergarten, fundamental grades, an introduction to agriculture to develop land attachment.

    Kindergarten:

    • visual and auditory discrimination
    • pre-writing

    • pre-reading

    • pre-calculus
    • body diagram

    • fruits and vegetables

    • the meaning

    • the senses
    • geometric shapes

    • handicrafts



    Fundamental grades (1st to 6th – CP1 CM2)
:

    • mastery of french language

    • mastery of creole language
    • english
    • history
    • geography
    • mathematics
    • social studies
    • experimental sciences and technology
    • visual arts
    • physical education and sports

    The Region

    Somewhere in the mountains of Haiti, is a small village called Déléard. It has neither infrastructure: roads, electricity, telephone, water or medical facilities, or industrial activity. It’s like nowhere! Over sixty thousand people live there in a traditional form of social organization.
    Walk in the village occasionally and you will encounter children going about their daily chores:

    • fetching water from the source far from their homes for daily water drinking
    • participation to subsistence farming in dry land
    • herding animals on dry pastures
    • rambling all day long and wasting crucial years for the stimulation of intelligence because of lack of school

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    Hollywood Unites For Haiti

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    Phone: 323.244.2712
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